Missouri Synod Church in Downtown Memphis

Sermons

Sermon: September 28, 2014 – Turn

In Matthew 21:28-32 – The Parable of the Two Sons – Jesus commends the disobedient son, the one who shows regret and repentance, for doing the will of his father. In this message, we takes a fresh look at what “repentance” means for us.

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Sermon: September 21, 2014 – The Key to Contentment

Every commercial you see on television, every ad you see on a billboard or in a magazine, every “for sale” sign in the world is intended to sell you the same thing. Discontentment. The more discontent we are, the more we buy; which is helpful to a struggling economy, but deadly to the spirit. In this message, we’ll talk about how to break the cycle of discontentment by shifting our focus away from what God gives other people, and focusing on the gifts He’s chosen to give us.

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Sermon: September 14, 2014 – The God Who So Loves Us

It’s a simple question. Who is God? Behind all the platitudes and theology, sooner or later we have to come to grips with the fact that we are loved deeply by a God we hardly understand. In this message – The God Who So Loves Us – We’ll dig past the many worldly influences that shape our understanding of God, and look to the simplicity of Jesus, who – in likely the most well-known passage of Scripture – tells us everything we need to know about the God loves us.

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Sermon: September 7, 2014 – What Are We Doing Here?

On a Sunday when we plan to pick our church up and move it to the Riverside, we have to consider this question: “What makes a Church a Church?” In other words, “What in the world are we actually doing here?” We missed out on a ton of stuff we’re used to having around: our fancy altar, our stained glass windows, our robes. So what makes us a Church? This message – entitled, “What Are We Doing Here?” – cuts past all the trappings and allows us to hone in on the true mission of Christ’s Church.

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Sermon: August 31, 2014 – On the Persecution of So Many Christians

The news is devastating. Christians in Iraq, Syria, and much of Northern Africa are being persecuted at an astounding rate. It begs the question, “What does Jesus have to say about enduring so much persecution?” Maybe it’s time for us to see past the pundits and the politicians and take a no-hold-barred look at Jesus’ command that we pick up crosses of our own and follow after Jesus. His perspective may just be the hope we need in times of so much trouble.

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Sermon for Sunday, August 24, 2014

The Apostle Paul tells us that, “we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members of one another.” A noble sentiment, but what does this really mean? It looks good on paper, but do we actually practice what we preach? How do we relate, one on one, to our brothers and sisters in Christ who also belong to Jesus? What does it mean – as Paul says in Romans 12:1-8 – that we are “one in Christ”?

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Sermon for Sunday August 17, 2014

Sometimes God puts us on hold. His silence is deafening. Believe it or not, there’s only one example of Jesus brushing someone off in the Gospels, and in the end, He is astounded by her great faith. This Sunday, we dig into the amazing faith of a Canaanite woman who just won’t let Jesus go no matter how silent He seems to be, and discover what to do when God puts us on hold…(Mathew 15:21-28.

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Sermon for Sunday August 10, 2014 – Weathering the Storm

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Sermon for Sunday August 8, 2014 – Looking For a Miracle

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Sermon for Sunday, July 27, 2014 – Freed From Death

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Sermon for Sunday July 17, 2014 – How Plants and Faith Grow

Sometimes God puts us on hold. His silence is deafening. Believe it or not, there’s only one example of Jesus brushing someone off in the Gospels, and in the end, He is astounded by her great faith. This Sunday, we dig into the amazing faith of a Canaanite woman who just won’t let Jesus go no matter how silent He seems to be, and discover what to do when God puts us on hold…(Matthew 15:21-28.)

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Sermon for July 6, 2014 – You are not who you think you are

You are who God says you are; a forgiven sinner, one of His beloved children. Join us this Sunday as we celebrate our Freedom from the Law; or at least Freedom from our identity under God’s Law. Though we’re not perfect, we are constantly being perfected under the Cross of Jesus Christ.

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